Healthcare Digital Signage

Solutions that help you deliver quality patient care

Healthcare Digital Signage To Improve Patient Experience

Digital signage in healthcare

Signage to help you deliver quality care

Enhancing the patient experience is a vital part of the running of a healthcare facility. Digital signage in healthcare provides an up-to-date and relevant way to deliver information, as well as a unique way to entertain. 

Not only this, waiting times can feel shorter with better communication, as patients receive your institution’s targeted messages, which in turn eases the pressure put on healthcare staff.


Top digital signage brands

Manageable healthcare digital signage

At Digital Vision AV we install a range of leading digital signage solutions but will look carefully at your requirements to recommend the ideal setup for you. We only work with the best brands which allow a variety of content to be easily updated via a browser-based, user friendly platform. 

We’ve been solving customers’ AV and digital signage challenges for almost 20 years with robust, flexible solutions tailored to the specific needs of your organisation. Contact us today on 01442 620078 or email us at to discuss your digital signage solution.


Live and relevant information is used on the screens, improving communication and enhancing the environment


Digital signage allows you to respond to events as they happen and give patients the information they want to know


With healthcare institutions generally being large and unfamiliar to patients, a good wayfinding system is important


Show messages in any language so that all patients and visitors can receive the same level and quality of communication


Your medical establishment

Benefits of healthcare digital signage

Digital signage can link with existing systems to show waiting times, or be manually controlled by staff. Local news, health advice, institution announcements and other messages can all be shown dynamically.

Use the screens to guide people around the building. Touch screen systems provide an interactive way of looking at the building map and give the user easy directions to find what they’re looking for. The personalised directions can even be printed out as a map to guide them. 

Versatile digital content

Enhancing patient and visitor experience

Most communities share a variety of languages and sometimes English isn’t a patient’s first language. Digital signage allows you the unique ability to quickly and easily get a message across, even in a different language. 

With digital signage in your healthcare institution, you can react and deliver informative, up-to date information to the people who need it and
enhance the user experience for both patients and visitors.


Digital signage case studies


Old Town Hall

This popular venue has an ideal location with high footfall and sought to move away from printed media so content could be updated at the touch of a button, as well as look more professional.


Halo Hearing Solutions

We installed eye-catching digital signage at this high street store, allowing them to capture the attention of passers by with promotions which could be read in all weathers, especially direct sunlight.

Recent client feedback from Smart Energy GB

One aspect of Digital Vision AV that really adds value is that they’re not tied to any one supplier. This means they can recommend the solution that’s genuinely best for the customer.

Peter Thorne, Head of Technology, Smart Energy GB

Our recent Digital Signage clients

Driving communications for leading brands

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    Recent customer feedback

    "It’s no exaggeration to say video conferencing and other technology solutions have enabled us to keep the business going and functioning effectively during the COVID-19 pandemic."
    Peter Thorne, Head of Technology, Smart Energy GB